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Greater flexibility for doctors in training

Posted19 June 2020

Health Education England has today announced plans to provide greater flexibility to trainees across the country by extending its out of programme pause programme (OOPP) to include all specialties. This allows trainees to take a...

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HEE Chief Nurse Mark Radford statement for student nurses

Posted17 June 2020

We would like to thank all those students who were able to come forward to support the NHS at this challenging time. It has been hugely appreciated. To be clear it is absolutely untrue to suggest that student nurses and midwives are being made redundant, all student nurses and midwives are...

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Enhancing trainee doctors lives work continues

Posted16 June 2020

A report published by Health Education England (HEE) today outlines the many improvements that are being made to enhance the training experience of doctors and improve their well-being.

This is the 4th annual report describing the work that HEE, with doctors in training and partners...

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Inspiring the next generation of NHS Staff

Posted4 June 2020

Health Education England (HEE) has joined forces with charity inspiring the Future to encourage more NHS staff to volunteer as an NHS Ambassador and inspire school children to become the NHS staff of the future.

NHS Ambassadors take part in school activities such as assemblies, speed...

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Education and supervision must be a priority

Posted3 June 2020

Professor Sheona MacLeod, Acting Director of Education and Quality & Executive Medical Director, Health Education England has today made a clear call for action on the need to reinstate medical training as soon as possible.

Health Education England as part of the four Statutory...

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Increase of 25% for key training in psychological care announced

Posted28 May 2020

Health Education England (HEE) is delighted to announce plans to expand the number of training places for NHS Clinical Psychologists and Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists, from September 2020.

During 2020-21, we intend to increase the education and training commissions for both of...

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